As a little girl, I found it hard to say “Griffin” correctly. Most of the time when I tried to say his name it came out as “Rickin” which was then shortened to “Ricky.” Names I still call him today. But no matter what you call him, my brother is a special person and has been an excellent role model to me these past 2 years at STVM. Academically, he is a member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta. I see each night how hard he studies and how important his grades are to him.
Even with my moods, whether it is sad or mad, music will help me get through it. It has absolutely been an enormous part of my life and who I am. Thus, this is to say that I have musical talent. I am in a high school marching band, where I play any piano-like instrument. My viewpoint with music has come to a simple conclusion, without it, I would not know who I am or what to do with my life.
She has a very musical family, giving her an advantage when it comes to the “talent” gene and having personal mentors to help guide her through a future journey of fame. According to an article from “TheFamousPeople.com”, being exposed to a family with such a musical background caused to Whitney became inspired at an early age to try things like playing the piano and singing. Growing up with this gift, Whitney’s mother was very hard on her to protect her from the cruelty of the world around her. “I didn’t want my sweet baby to ever know hardship, if I could help it, because hardship was something I had learned plenty about in my own childhood”, says Cissy Houston in her book “Remembering Whitney”. Whitney’s mother was protective over her, hoping to prevent any of the difficulties she had faced as a child.
I'm a triplet; I was the third triplet born; I weighed 3 pounds at birth; I am the third "Ronald Moore"; I earned the number 3 spot on my high school tennis team; I was considered number 3 on my high school cross country team; and I received a 3 year varsity award my senior year in all of my 3 sports in high school. I’m sure there has been other events where the
People often praise him after a performance for what they deem to be an excellent execution of a musical piece. But he always knows better. Unless the audience listens with a trained ear, they will never notice if he misses notes or even bars, because the skillful pianist always seems to get away with running his fingers over the ivory keys with so much feeling, the playing appears perfect. Further piano studies His critical ear was developed from years of formal training and long hours of practice. After completing his residency in the United States, he again pursued his piano playing under the tutelage of a teacher from the renowned Juilliard School of Music.
Why I Enjoy Writing Since I began writing formally in the first grade, I have had a variety of teachers who have impacted my love or my distaste for writing at any given time. Writing comes naturally to me, and I enjoy it. As a small child, I would spontaneously write little poems and copy stories from books just for fun. Now as a student in a formal academic environment, I still prefer writing on a topic that I am personally invested in, or in which I have a deep knowledge. Throughout grade and middle school and now high school, the diverse selection of teachers that I have written for have each instilled a slightly different view of writing in me.
During my years on the forensics team I have experienced many successes, which include qualifying for state in at least two events for three years in a row and winning the gold. I’ve had numerous observational experiences ranging in schools that were 3A-6A. During my college career I took over 63 credits that pertained strictly towards my emphasis, and over 50 credits pertaining to education. My education has been extensive over the course of five years, and of a great quality. My educational training has taken place not only at Kansas State University, but in Sterling College as well.
At the end of my Sophomore year, I was elected to treasurer of JOI club. Another group I was very involved in is my GSAG or Girl Scout Advisory Group. I have been in Girl Scouts since I was in kindergarten and it is something I am very passionate about. By the time I graduate, I plan to have earned my Gold Award which is the highest award you can earn in Girl scouts. GSAG has
Personal statement “Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” – Banksy From a young age I have always been interested in things to do with art, from when I was 4 and my mother brought me a face painting kit to when I was 12 and started doing special effects makeup which in turn made me more interested in art now more than ever. I think my love of art came from TV shows like “Art attack” and “Mister Maker” that really got my love of art going. For most of my life I can remember having something in my hands that represented art things like cameras to pens and paper to paint brushes and a guitar, all of these things I class as art, all of these things I know that are art made me wonder how I can make art in different ways. I have gone to Meany an art exhibition and meet Meany local artists that have introduced me to more artists and art forms. Now that I am in my late teens and I have grown up a bit I am looking at different things that can get my senses tingling, like re runs of “The Bob Ross show” and “sky arts Artists of the year and landscape artists”, I believe that this has shown me more of an understanding of art in general and as a whole.